Venga Global acquires Translators International

We are excited to announce that Venga Global, a leader in innovative translation and localisation solutions, has acquired Translators International (TI).

The acquisition of Translators International by Venga Global will increase the breadth and depth of our services, as well as our technology and innovation offerings. It will also grow Venga Global’s European client portfolio and pointedly expands their industry-specific language services in security, ICT, and industrial technology.

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International Trade Shows

It is quite self-evident: as a provider of translation services we work with companies that operate internationally.

Many of our customers which focus on specific markets overseas or look for international exposure, exhibit on international trade shows. If they take part in trade shows regularly, it’s especially important for them to issue new marketing material and up-to-date brochures and catalogues for those exhibitions.

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The language of love – it’s the one language that can’t be translated…

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, some of us may already be secretly planning spectacular date nights or getting gifts for that special someone. Here in The Netherlands, we usually surprise our partners or crushes with flowers, cards, romantic candle-lit dinners, or even teddy bears holding little hearts. Classic, but not very imaginative.

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It’s finally here: December, the most magical month of the year. In the Netherlands we start off the festivities with the feast of Sinterklaas (a figure based on Saint Nicholas, patron saint of children). After all the gifts have been unpacked and our bellies have been filled with chocolate letters and Dutch pepernoten (tiny biscuits), we start preparing for the next holiday: Christmas.

We light up our homes with candles, wreaths, and beautifully decorated trees. We might visit a Christmas market, where, after a few rounds on the ice skating rink, we warm up with some hot cocoa (or mulled wine for mum and dad). For us Dutch folk, it’s not December without all of this. However, chances are that very few people outside of Europe will know who Saint Nicholas is or what pepernoten taste like – but they will have unique December traditions of their own. Read more